Answered By: Mary Ann Cullen Last Updated: Aug 05, 2016 Views: 33
Yes, the library has many resources related to job hunting. Here are some suggestions:
- Browse call number HF5383 on the shelves at any campus library. That's where the books related to résumés and cover letters are located.
- Browse JK716 for information about government jobs.
- Find job-hunting resource books in the library catalog, plus links to eBooks. If you see a book at another campus that appeals to you, place an intercampus loan to have the book delivered to the campus of your choice.
- Use the résumé builder in the Testing and Education Reference Center database.
- You'll need your GSU username and password to log in off campus.
- Then you'll need to create a personal account to use many of the features of the database.)
- Click on the "Career Tools" tab to access the résumé building tool, find study materials for career exams, and get career and job-hunting advice in the Virtual Reference Library.
- Search GALILEO for these search terms: résumé, cover letters, job interviews
- Films on Demand has some videos on careers and jobs.
- Our Careers research guide highlights recommended resources.
For help with any of these resources or finding materials specific to your situation, contact a librarian at any campus reference desk, call, or use the Live Assistance online service.
GSU has a Career Services Center with helpful resources and advisors to help you with your job search.